Mitsubishi Electric's 9 channel digital recorder, the DX-TL4509E

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The DX-TL4509E benefits from a number of advanced features including triplex functionality, built in motion detection and a dual multiplexer output that allows for the simultaneous monitoring of both live and recorded footage.  This 9 channel DVR utilises the latest JPEG2000 compression technology, which ensures that high quality, fine detailed pictures are captured; in addition the DX-TL4509E comes with a built in USB, CD/DVD-R/RW drive which is a key feature in today’s market.

The DX-TL4509E records up to 100fps and comes as standard with 400Gb of HDD.  There is room for an additional bay allowing an extra HDD to be added, and if more memory is required up to 7Tb can also be added externally, using the ZD5UE Hard disk extender box.

All of Mitsubishi’s DX-TL’s are suitable for a range of applications including retail, banking, corporate and the public sector.  They come with a 24-month warranty, with technical support available from Mitsubishi’s in-house service division for added peace of mind.

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Technical Specification

Make Mitsubishi
Manufacturer Mitsubishi Electric
Model code DX-TL4509E
Channels 9 channels
Recording Mode Timelapse / Event recording
Monitor Outputs 9
Inbuilt Multiplexer Yes
Multiplexer Type Triplex
Storage Capacity GB 400 GB storage
Image per second (IPS) 100 fps storage rate
Compression Type JPEG2000
Resolution 720 x 576 resolution
Signal Mode PAL
External Storage CD/DVD-R/RW
Recording System HDD
Audio Recording and Properties PCM
Colour Type Colour
Mount type 9 in, 9 out
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 425 x 353 x 128
Weight kg: 10.5
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 100 ~ 240 V AC
Power Consumption: 0.9 A
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 5 ~ 40
Operating Humidity %: 30 ~ 80
Additional info The DX-TL5000E includes triplex functionality and built-in motion detection, as well as a dual multiplexer output that allows for the simultaneous monitoring of both live and recorded footage.
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